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Late Night remembers Norm Macdonald

Late Night remembers Norm Macdonald

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Comedian Norm Macdonald died Tuesday, and a couple of late-night hosts captured the news in time in honor of the frequent guest and former “Saturday Night Live” member.

Seth Meyers called the loss of Macdonald tragic, saying, “I do not think Norm would want to hear anything sentimental.” Still, Meyers shared some of his favorite Macdonald quinks and what he had learned from watching him anchor the “Weekend Update.”

“And also, he loved, or I should say he just didn’t care if he bombed. If he thought the jokes were good, he had just as much fun telling them to a dead audience as to someone who appreciated them. And I think for so many of us, we came up and saw Norm, and we thought you were inside him when you saw him tell these jokes that you thought were great and no one in the room thought was good and you just felt this connection to him – and the ability to just stare into a audience, flashing to tell the jokes about it – that you believed in. ” – SETH MEYERS

Jimmy Fallon called Macdonald one of his comedy idols – “a cartoon” – recited a bit from Macdonald’s early stand-up set he had remembered.

“He’s just one of the greatest comedians ever, and God, we’ll miss him. He was a friend of the show – the family was really for us. ” – JIMMY FALLON

James Corden hailed Macdonald as “perhaps the single greatest guest in television history late at night.”

“Norm Macdonald died today, far too soon, after a nine-year battle with cancer; a fight Norm never told anyone about, for all Norm would ever do was make us laugh, and he was absolutely brilliant at it. There was no one like him. ” – JAMES CORDEN

“And for this friend, hate to say it, if your testicles swell, the question is not ‘Did you get a vaccine recently?’ it is ‘What have you done with your balls?’ ” – JIMMY KIMMEL

“By the way, if anyone can track down this friend of Nicki’s cousin, I’d really like to talk to him – I have questions.” – JIMMY KIMMEL

The Broadway role in “Tina – The Tina Turner Musical” performed “Private Dancer” on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show”.

New “Dancing With the Stars” member Jojo Siwa is Wednesday’s “Tonight Show”.

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